The personal dimension of collective bargaining in the gig-economy: who and for whom



The personal dimension of collective bargaining in the gig-economy: who and for whom
File:Racknitz - The Turk 3.jpg1st transnational seminar
WU Vienna University of Economics and Business
5-6 June 2019

Programme
Wednesday, 5 June
10:00 Opening session
1.     Official welcome
2.     Presentation of the Project: José María Miranda Boto, University of Santiago de Compostela/Elisabeth Brameshuber, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business/Christophe Teissier, ASTREES
3.     The personal dimension of collective bargaining in the gig-economy: who and for whom: Elisabeth Brameshuber, Vienna University of Economics and Business
11:30 Coffee break
12:00 Supranational sources
Chair: Franz Marhold, Vienna University of Economics and Business
1.     European Union (Tamás Gyulavári, Pázmány Péter Catholic University Budapest)
2.     Council of Europe (Barbara Kresal, University of Ljubljana, European Committee of Social Rights at the Council of Europe)
3.     International Labour Organization (Hannah Johnston, ILO)
13:30 Lunch
14:30 Old actors and new agents
Chair: Marie-Cécile Escande Varniol, CERCRID, Université Lumière Lyon 2
1.     Old actors in new roles: classical trade unions and 4.0 labour market (Felicia Rosioru, Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai)
2.     New agents for workers’ representation in the gig economy (Kübra Doğan Yenisey, Istanbul Bilgi University)
3.     The “other one”: new forms of undertakings Odile Chagny (economist, researcher at IRES (French TU research institute), co founder and coordinator of the Sharers and Workers network)
16:00 Coffee break
16:30 Which actions for whom?
Chair: Yolanda Maneiro Vázquez, University of Santiago de Compostela
1.     The regulatory dilemma in the gig economy: law, collective agreements or case law? (Piera Loi, University of Cagliari)
2.     The meaning of “Crowdworking” – (Luca Ratti, University of Luxembourg)
3.     Industrial action: an empirical approach (Zane Rasnača, ETUI)


Thursday, 6 June
9:30    Roundtables – national examples of collective bargaining for workers in the gig-economy
Chair: José María Miranda Boto, University of Santiago de Compostela
France – Cécile Nicod
Italy – Carla Spinellil (University of Bari)
UK – Nicola Countouris

Chair: Gábor Kártyás, Pázmány Péter Catholic University Budapest
Netherlands – Nicola Gundt
Poland – Lukasz Pisarczyk
Spain – Daniel Pérez del Prado

11:00 Coffee break

11:30 Roundtable – Austrian stakeholders

Chair: Elisabeth Brameshuber
Rolf Gleißner, WKO (Austrian Chamber of Commerce)
Thomas Moldaschl, vida (Union for the transport and services professions)
Artur Schreiber, CEO foodora/mjam
Oliver Stauber, founder of Vidaflex and partner at Stadler Völkel Rechtsanwälte

13:00 Lunch

14:30 Roundtable – International stakeholders

Chair: Christophe Teissier, ASTREES
Fabian Ferrari, Oxford Internet Institute
Ignacio Doreste, ETUC
Nicola Quondamatteo, Bologna Riders’ Charter-activist (tbc)


16:00 Coffee break
16:30 – Outlook: Content of collective bargaining in the gig-economy
1.     The risk of void: alternative sources of protection for gig workers. Social security vs. Collective rights. (Judith Brockmann, University of Hamburg)
2.     Which contents for gig economy collective bargaining? Jenny Julén Votinius, Lund University
Concluding remarks:            José María Miranda Boto, University of Santiago de Compostela/Elisabeth Brameshuber, Vienna University of Economics and Business

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